This is the third of three blogs on creating strategy and implementing change. The first was a repeat of a 2014 blog called ‘Common management mistakes in implementing change’, the second described ‘Six lessons in introducing organisational change in non-profits’.
A couple of years ago I posted a blog called ‘Common management mistakes in implementing change’. I’ve made a link to that one if you’d like a refresher. I’ve been involved this year at different stages of quite a few
In the past 12 months I’ve been involved in several organisation wide leadership programmes as well as teaching a course on Leading Strategy for the International Masters in Humanitarian Affairs, Fordham University. It never ceases to amaze me how well
I recently had the privilege to work with a team of inspired, creative people. This team works incredibly hard, puts in long hours, and members often have to travel long distances. In addition they have the challenge of getting multi
It’s time to revisit the corporate retreat. Usually, too much time and money are wasted on the annual tradition with far too little to show for the effort. Most people if asked would say that they are at best a
In this workshop middle and senior women managers reflect on their roles, and explore some of the most recent research regarding leadership and the specific challenges faced by women leaders today. Through a series of conversations and thoughtful exercises, participants
After several decades working in adult and professional learning I’ve learned a few things my self. The following 12 tips can help you create meaningful and practical learning initiatives with messages that ‘stick’. Using these tips can truly create a